On June 1, 2017, the Department of Revenue implemented the provisions of HB 1631 to issue one nondriver license at no cost to individuals who indicate they do not possess an acceptable form of personal identification to meet voter identification requirements.

If you do not have identification for voting as outlined on the Secretary of State’s website, you may request a nondriver license for voting purposes at a Missouri license office in your area.

To obtain a nondriver license for voting purposes at one of the Missouri license offices:

  • Request a nondriver license for voting purposes;
  • Provide documents verifying:
    • Full legal name, date of birth, place of birth (see acceptable documents);
    • Social security number (verbally or by presenting card);
    • Missouri residence and mailing address if different; and
  • Sign a statement averring, under penalty of perjury, that you do not currently possess one of the other eligible documents for voting purposes.

Yes, a Missouri instruction permit is a valid government-issued photo identification with all required data elements that will meet the photo voter identification requirements of 115.427, RSMo.

Yes, the original unexpired temporary driver license or money-receipt-only document includes all required data elements, a picture, a signature and security features and will be acceptable as a government issued identification for voter identification.

If you want to apply for a nondriver license for voting purposes and you do not have the required verification documents, the Missouri Secretary of State’s office will help you obtain the documents you need at no cost to you. If you would like help obtaining the required documents, call the ShowIt2Vote Hotline toll-free at (866) 868-3245 or e-mail ShowIt2Vote@sos.mo.gov for assistance.

For MISSOURI birth certificates, marriage certificates, and divorce decrees, e-mail VitalRecordsInfo@health.mo.gov or call (573) 751-6387.

For additional information regarding voter photo ID requirements, you can visit the Missouri Secretary of State’s office, or the Show It 2 Vote page at https://www.sos.mo.gov/showit2vote.